For a 14-year period ending in 2003, Liberia struggled with a brutal civil war, a crippled economy and not much hope. That was until a women's movement started to take hold -- a movement that helped to drive a dictator from power and gave women the kind of opportunities they could never have dreamed of.
This is an entry in the united nations competition " what would you say to the world leaders"
- I have been interviewing people on this theme for the past year, what you see here is a very small sample of what people have had to say ~Brian Viziondanz
The first trailer from our first trip to Beirut, featuring some of the best local artists and music by Zeid Hamdan / ShiftZ feat Hiba el Mansouri, Scrambled Eggs, DJ Lethal Skillz, LUMI & Fareeq el Utrush.
"The failure of our world to resolve the issues of war, poverty, and corruption, rests within a gross ignorance about what guides human behavior to begin with. It addresses the true source of the instability in our society, while offering the only fundamental, long-term solution."
The proceedings of 'Media as Global Diplomat,' an event held by USIP and ITVS to identify innovative ways to use media and communication as tools to foster mutual understanding between the United States and other countries.
This meeting, co-sponsored with the Alliance of Civilizations Media Fund, brought together researchers and media makers in an unprecedented dialogue on these new findings and their implications for the international community’s ability to use media to prevent conflict.
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